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Over eight one-hour episodes, The New Jim Crow RadioBlog will add content to the Unitarian Universalist Association's Common Read of *The New Jim Crow: Mass Incarceration in the Age of Colorblindness*. http://www.uua.org/re/multigenerational/read/index.shtml This is also the location for the 26 archived episodes of *The Journey Toward Phoenix".

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In Mississippi and other Southern states, the loudest voices on the theme of same-sex attraction and Christianity say that God is not pleased with men who have sex with men and women who have sex with women. That lesbian, gay,... more

In Mississippi and other Southern states, the loudest voices on the theme of same-sex attraction and Christianity say that God is not pleased with men who have sex with men and women who have sex with women. That lesbian, gay,... more

In Mississippi and other Southern states, the loudest voices on the theme of same-sex attraction and Christianity say that God is not pleased with men who have sex with men and women who have sex with women. That lesbian, gay,... more

In the closing episode, "Out of the Book, into the Streets", we discuss what congregations can do and are doing to unravel the mass incarceration of black and brown people. Are there corporations we should be divesting from?... more

"Chapter 6: The Fire This Time raises the issue of present and future approaches to dealing with the New Jim Crow crisis. The chapter's title is based on James Baldwin's seminal forewarning The Fire Next Time. Alexander believes that... more

In this episode, we explore the fifth chapter of Michelle Alexander's book and consider the parallels between the current practice of mass incarceration of black and brown people and the former Jim Crow legal system that effectively made... more

"The Cruel Hand" (Chapter 4 in The New Jim Crow by Michelle Alexander) considers how the criminal justice system operates once a prisoner is released. The legalized discrimination and social stigmatization that follow prevent the... more

This Week's Guests: Julie Anne Schuck is a senior program associate with the National Research Council/National Academy of Sciences and has worked in the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education for over 10 years.... more

This week's guests: David Slavin is a member of the UUA Journey Toward Wholeness Transformation Committee. He holds a Ph.D in modern world history and has taught a dozen Adult Religious Education courses on the interaction of... more

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